The chief medical officer for Indiana’s prison system held an overlapping position with a for-profit Illinois company that provides health care to correctional facilities in more than a dozen states.
The proposed reforms range from allowing the seizure of property only after a person is convicted of a crime, to restricting the way proceeds from civil forfeitures are used.
A Louisiana woman on a birthday trip to Indiana has recovered her car, four days after it was stolen from her sister’s driveway.
According to state police, the statewide Silver Alert issued for a missing Bloomfield man Saturday evening has been canceled.
A trucker has lost his marbles in the Indianapolis area.
Now that former Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is the new vice president, residents are hopeful his home state could again reap some benefits.
Hundreds attended two separate rallies in Allen and Steuben counties.
The old farmhouse is known as the Dunham house and was built by Obama’s great-great-grandfather, William Riley Dunham.
The museum features interactive digital displays, aircraft engines from the 1920s and military fighter jets.
A state lawmaker has proposed a bill that would grant victims of domestic violence possession of their pets.
Speakers at Friday’s noontime gathering outside the Elkhart County Courthouse in Goshen offered songs and prayers for hope and national unity.
A couple hundred people attended the Belong Indy rally on Monument Circle. Speakers from a variety of groups declared Friday afternoon that everyone belongs, no matter their identity.
After a traffic stop conducted in Texas found 70 kilograms of cocaine, the driver of the vehicle worked with police to conduct a controlled delivery of a portion of the drugs to a man in Fort Wayne who was then arrested by Homeland Security agents.
The man was arrested after allegedly selling fake Native American/Buffalo coins to two other men who ended up losing a total of $9,000 each in the scam.
A retired Evansville man won $50,000 from one of the few Powerball tickets he bought for a January 7 drawing.
The former Indiana governor addressed his home state’s inaugural ball on the eve of his swearing-in Friday as vice president.
Two girls, ages 15 and 14, fought Wednesday morning on a school bus. An officer used a stun gun on the 15-year-old after she pushed his arm away and tried pulling away while being handcuffed.
With veteran suicide rates, addictions and drug abuse as a result of opioid prescriptions, The American Legion, Department of Indiana, announced their support for medical marijuana research and plans to urge the state legislature to approve exploration into alternative treatments.
Kasich office says the Republican governor will meet with GOP Sen. John McCain, of Arizona, to discuss national security issues on Thursday and then join two private, round-table discussions with members of Senate committees.
Changing the federal Medicaid formula, which is based in part on how many enrollees a state had, to help states that held out will be a concern for Republican governors in places like Indiana.